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1,105 GBp
Previous Close
1,100 GBp
Day High
1,106 GBp
Day Low
1,088 GBp
52 Week High
02/28/14 - 1,301 GBp
52 Week Low
08/28/13 - 978.69 GBp
Market Cap
5.5B
Average Volume 10 Days
1.1M
EPS TTM
0.44 GBp
Shares Outstanding
502.2M
EX-Date
07/2/14
P/E TM
24.7x
Dividend
24.98 GBp
Dividend Yield
2.29%
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babcock intl group plc (BAB) Details

Babcock International Group PLC provides engineering support services for defense, energy, emergency services, transport, education, and telecommunications sectors. The company operates in four divisions: Marine and Technology, Support Services, Defence and Security, and International. The Marine and Technology division offers a range of through-life services and deep maintenance to the Royal Navy warships and nuclear powered submarines, as well as is engaged in naval support business. It also provides systems, full lifecycle engineering support, and consultancy services, including engineering asset management and supply chain services; engineering design, naval architecture, and management services; specialist systems design, production, and through-life support/operation; systems engineering and specialist analysis; and information management/analytics and collaborative working environments. The Support Services division is involved in teaching vital skills, managing critical assets, and delivering complex programs for public and private sector customers. It offers critical, integrated, network engineering, nuclear, skills and learning, and health services. The Defence and Security division offers infrastructure, equipment support, and military training to armed services. It provides airfield, operational, and engineering support services; equipment support, fleet management, and military training to the British Army; facilities and property management services; and engineering support services to the worlds’ navies. The International division provides mission-critical engineering support services and military technical training services to key Middle Eastern states, including Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Oman, and Kuwait; and engineering support services to the energy, process, mining, and construction industries in southern Africa. Babcock International Group plc was founded in 1891 and is headquartered in London, the United Kingdom.

28,138 Employees
Last Reported Date: 06/17/14
Founded in 1891

babcock intl group plc (BAB) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer and Executive Directo...
Total Annual Compensation: 1.5M GBP
Group Finance Director and Executive Director
Total Annual Compensation: 927.0K GBP
Chief Executive of Support Services and Execu...
Total Annual Compensation: 734.0K GBP
Chief Executive of Marine & Technology Divisi...
Total Annual Compensation: 726.0K GBP
Chief Executive of The Defence & Security Div...
Total Annual Compensation: 693.0K GBP
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

babcock intl group plc (BAB) Key Developments

Babcock International Group plc and Balfour Beatty Win £160 Million Sella Field Waste Contract

Babcock International Group plc and Balfour Beatty said they had won a £160 million contract to build a new silo maintenance facility at the site of Sella field nuclear power plant as part of the ongoing decommissioning process. The contract will be led by Cavendish Nuclear, a wholly owned subsidiary of Babcock, which will have 55% of the joint venture, with Balfour Beatty responsible for 45%. Construction is expected to be completed by autumn 2017. The contract is the third and final phase of a project, following on from the £5.5 million preliminary design phase and £12.5 million detailed design and enabling works. The project will involve up to 300 workers at the height of construction, with the new facility to be built to exacting nuclear standards. It will be involved in reducing hazard from the retrieval and storage of historic radioactive waste at existing silos at the site.

Cavendish Nuclear and Balfour Beatty to Construct a Major New Decommissioning Support Facility at Sellafield

Babcock International Group PLC announced that a joint venture led by Cavendish Nuclear with partner Balfour Beatty has been instructed to construct a major new decommissioning support facility at Sellafield. Phase 3 of the Silos' Maintenance Facility contract worth a total of £160 million, is effective immediately and follows the first two phases of work undertaken by the joint venture in preparation for the new facility. Completion of the first two phases included the £5.5 million concept and preliminary design phase, and the £12.5 million detailed design and enabling works phase. Construction is expected to be complete by 2017. The joint venture, of which Cavendish Nuclear has a 55% share, will construct a new facility to service equipment to be used in the retrieval of historic radioactive waste from silos - a high-priority for hazard reduction at Sellafield. Built to exacting nuclear standards, it will provide for receipt, decontamination, inspection, maintenance and storage of retrieval equipment. The joint venture will also deliver comprehensive training for Sellafield employees in the operation of the facility. The announcement further extends Cavendish Nuclear's role as a key supplier of engineering, radiological and environmental services across the Sellafield site, including the decommissioning of critical assets such as the pile fuel cladding silo and the recent successfully completed sludge treatment facility for the pile fuel storage pond. Cavendish Nuclear also continues to support the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority across its estate following the recent Preferred Bidder announcement for the Magnox/RSRL competition.

Babcock International Group plc Proposes Amendment to Articles

Babcock International Group plc announced that at the AGM to be held on 21 July 2014, the shareholders to consider to amendment of Articles.

 

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